Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Salt Lake City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Little America Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Joseph Smith Memorial Building (0.8 mi) and Beehive House (0.9 mi), guests of Little America Hotel can easily experience some of Salt Lake City's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Little America Hotel provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Little America Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge. You can also enjoy a pool and breakfast. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Little America Hotel.
While visiting Salt Lake City, you may want to try some chicken and waffles at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Pig & a Jelly Jar or Avenues Proper.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, and Salt Lake Art Center.
Little America Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Salt Lake City.
I went to the Little America for a little stay-cation. I wanted somewhere quiet and nice to relax for a couple of days. After reading reviews I decided to get a "luxury" room mainly for the view - I was hoping to be able to see some of the downtown Christmas lights in the evening. According to the Little America website: "subject to availability and not guaranteed in advance, are the top two floors or in a tower corner room". I ended up with a room on the 3rd floor, which is the lowest level that rooms are on in the tower. I was highly disappointed with this. The views were nothing spectacular, even rather crappy (as seen in the photos). The room itself was nice - comfortable bed, sitting chair and sofa, desk, 2 mini-fridges disguised a drawers and an excessively massive bathroom. I would've liked a microwave and when I inquired I was told there was a communal microwave on the 5th floor I could go use. That didn't seem really covid-friendly. The hotel restaurants were quite busy and often had wait times though you could always order food to go. They had Chromecast on the TV, which I really liked. Once you connected to it you could run any of your streaming apps from your own phone. You didn't have to sign in (and then remember to sign out of) all the different platforms you might want to use. It is the first time I have encountered Chromecast and it was pretty slick. I had a room at the end of a hall but it still wasn't a super quiet room. I could hear the people in the rooms around me coming and going as well as talking when they were in the hall. The in-room HVAC system was very responsive though kind of loud - but I used it as white noise, especially if hall and other room noises were bothersome.…
We stayed at the Little America Salt Lake City for 2 nights in early December. We had come to SLC to do some shopping. We typically stay at a Marriott but during Covid, they have eliminated almost all the amenities for a Lifetime Titanium so we decided to go back to Little America and we were not disappointed. First, the place was decorated beautifully for the holidays adding to our joy of the season. The staff was very friendly, the rooms were clean and the service was excellent. We stayed in a Tower King overlooking the city on the 14th floor. The rooms and bathroom are very spacious. The bed was comfortable although the pillow was a little squishy for my taste. We ate breakfast in the coffee shop which was good and found the shops to be well-stocked. The only complaint I had was the elevators were a bit slow, especially when the hotel had an increased occupancy. I will give the staff credit that when one of the 3 elevators went down and people were lined up, they quickly took them around to the service elevators to get us up to our floors without waiting. I think Little America has found a nice balance in still providing amenities but keeping people safe and it showed as the hotel was fuller than most.…
Little America is pretty much in downtown Salt Lake. The hotel is divided into two parts, the more modern tower and motor lodge area directly below. Over the past holiday we stayed in the motor lodge area in a queen room for two nights. The room is definitely stuck in time! Not necessarily in a tired way but it is dated and reflects a time prolly 50s when the building was built! The room was comfortable and large. The bathtub was in-ground quite weird to see, but was roomy. The only complaints about the room is the curtain was falling down and the ac worked badly. As we were on the ground floor opening the door was not an option to let the chilly air in. As for the rest of the hotel...wow! They go all out for the holidays and it is quite the site to behold. Was nice walking through the lobby. The pool is large (indoor/outdoor) and two hot tubs which helped with the crowds usually over thanksgiving time. I enjoyed it, but the hotel was not enforcing any sort of occupancy in hot tubs, or at all and was not uncommon at night to see 8 plus kids in each tub as staff walked by despite it being posted and someone at the front door. Take that for what you will in the time of COVID. Overall it’s a nice area and helps the hotel be totally unusable even in the cold. Overall it’s a great place and seems to shine in the holiday season. Even if you can’t get here now I bet you will enjoy it any time of year!…
I was lied to by the hotel. Then I was told that the lie they told was not important. They promised me one thing. Then they didn't do what they promised. Then they made excuses that they didn't think it was important. It was important to me. That is why I was adamant that it be taken care of.
Large groups of people having out in the lobby . Looks like a party. No one wearing a mask. We are in the most critical rise of covid. My husband and I are here for his surgery. We were told that they enforcing safety precautions when we made the reservation. I don't feel safe.